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A book "Circadian Clocks" edited by Tsuyoshi Hirota, Megumi Hatori (Designated Associate Professor) and other has been published!

A specialized book "Circadian Clocks" edited by Tsuyoshi Hirota (Designated Associate Professor, ITbM), Megumi Hatori (Designated Associate Professor, ITbM) and Satchidananda Panda (Professor, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA) has been published in the Springer Nature Neuromethods series!

Director Takashi Yoshimura wrote an capter, "Identification and Characterization of Genes Involved in Vertebrate Photoperiodis". Please chek it out!

Check here for details:"Circadian Clocks"(Springer Nature website)

Below is the introductory text posted on the Springer Nature website.

About this book

This volume provides backgrounds, methods, and troubleshooting for the analysis of circadian rhythms at the molecular, cellular, and organismal levels in vertebrates and invertebrates, and also covers light input, sleep, circalunar rhythms, and seasonal rhythms. The chapters in this book discuss behavioral and biological testing, histochemistry, single-cell imaging, electrophysiology, photochemistry, genetics, genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology, chemical biology, and mathematical modeling. In the Neuromethods series style, chapters include experimental detail and key advice from the specialists needed to successfully carry out these methods in your laboratory.

Cutting-edge and practical, "Circadian Clocks" is a valuable resource for all researchers seeking to learn about established and novel methods in chronobiology, and the molecular mechanisms of the rhythmic control of physiology and behavior.

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Cover art by Issey Takahashi (ITbM)